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Gangraena and the Struggle for the English Revolution
1. Introductions 2. Gangraena as Heresiography 3. 'Like a universal leprosie over-spread this whole kingdom': City and Provinces in Gangreana 4. 'Books lately printed': Gangraena and the World ofExpand
Politics, Society and Civil War in Warwickshire, 1620-1660
List of maps and plan List of tables Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations and notes 1. The social context 2. Peers and gentlemen before the Civil War 3. Public affairs 1620-1639 4. The coming ofExpand
Siblings in development: a psychoanalytic view
Notes on contributor Christopher Gore currently works with adolescents excluded from mainstream education and their families as the Senior Counsellor in an Independent special school. He worked inExpand
The King, the Parliament, and the Localities during the English Civil War
Debate over the nature of central-local relationships has played an important part in recent discussion of the origins and course of the English Civil War. It is an oversimplification, but not aExpand
Gender and the English Revolution
Contents. Acknowledgements. Part 1: Introduction: Gender, Power and Politics in Early Modern England Part 2. Women and War Part3: Manhood and Civil War Part 4: Bodies, Families, Sex: using gender,Expand
Thomas Dugard and His Circle in the 1630s – a ‘Parliamentary–Puritan’ Connexion?
The career of Thomas Dugard, the focus of this article, can be very briefly outlined. The son of a Worcestershire schoolmaster, Dugard was educated at Sidney Sussex College Cambridge, where his uncleExpand
Gerrard Winstanley, News Culture, and Law Reform in the Early 1650s
This article identifies the reprintings, without attribution, of extracts from Gerrard Winstanley's last publication, The Law of Freedom in a Platform (1652) in a variety of news-books and topicalExpand
The causes of the English Civil War
Introduction - A British Problem? A European Crisis? - Hierarchy, Consensus or Conflict: Politics and Religion in Early Stuart England - A Social and Cultural Conflict? - Conclusion: Charles I,Expand
A Moderate Puritan Preacher Negotiates Religious Change
  • A. Hughes
  • History
  • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
  • 11 September 2014
This article is based on the sermons of the moderate Puritan minister Richard Culverwell, preached in his parish of St Margaret Moses, London, from the mid-1620s to the early 1630s, and recorded inExpand